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Just get over it!

Updated: Mar 8, 2023

When we lack compassion for ourselves, it becomes difficult to extend that same compassion to others. We become easily triggered by their negativity or difficult emotions and may react with judgment or anger. This only perpetuates the cycle of negativity and can further damage our relationships.

Additionally, society often values individualism and achievement over compassion and connection. We are taught to compete and compare ourselves to others, rather than empathize and support them. This mindset can make it difficult to defuse negativity in our relationships because we are focused on our own success rather than the well-being of those around us.

However, cultivating compassion can be a powerful tool in defusing negativity in our relationships. When we approach ourselves and others with kindness, understanding, and empathy, we create a safe space for difficult emotions to be expressed and processed. We can validate each other's experiences and work towards finding solutions together.

It's important to remember that cultivating compassion is a process and may not come naturally at first. It requires practice, patience, and a willingness to be vulnerable. But the benefits of compassion are worth the effort, as it can improve our relationships, mental health, and overall well-being.

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